Anfield, Liverpool

Anfield, Liverpool

Anfield is a football stadium in Liverpool and has a seating capacity of 45 525. It has been the home of Liverpool FC since their formation in 1892. In 1997, a statue of Bill Shankly was unveiled at the visitor’s centre, Shankly is regarded as the best manager in the history of the club. “You’ll Never Walk Alone”, was adopted by the fans as the club’s anthem during Shankly’s time as manager.

Anfield, Liverpool

The Liver bird, symbol of Liverpool

The Liver bird, symbol of Liverpool

The Liver bird is the symbol of Liverpool. Its first known use was from a seal of the then-town in the 1350s. This card shows the Royal Liver Building, which has a bird on each of its 2 towers. An urban legend says that if the birds are taken down, the River Mersey would flood the city. Thanks to Becky.

The Old House, Hereford

The Old House, Hereford

The Old House in High Town, Hereford is a historic house built in 1621, as part of what was known as Butchers’ Row. In the 1800’s, the other buildings on the row started to be demolished. Old House is now the only standing building . Today it hosts a museum. Thanks to Anna.